ChatGPT's moral hang-ups about this endeavor forced me to reevaluate one of my basic assumptions about what I want out of the Clemson rivalry.

February 2023

Ricardo Hurley was supposed to herald the dawn of a new era in which South Carolina was a national recruiting power. But that's not what happened.

January 2023

The story of South Carolina's second-ever All-American and the outlaw who sired him.
Conventional wisdom has coalesced around the idea that an expanded playoff will mean more competitive title games. That claim is not supported by the…
For 50 days in the winter of 2019-20, Jordan Burch was at the center of one of the most bizarre signing day dramas of all time.
In 1945, two fledgling bowl committees were scrambling to secure the funding and paperwork to launch a New Year's Day game. One game is still played…
The haters and losers in Big Medicine will not keep me from sending out TTFA's New Year's resolutions for 2023.

December 2022

In October 1984, the heretofore lowly Gamecocks walked into South Bend and planted its flag in the cradle of modern college football.
Twenty-three years ago today, Dewey Foster died in service to his alma mater. When it is remembered at all, the tragedy is too often framed as an…
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Understanding how Shane Beamer used his introduction of Dowell Loggains to restore the vibes around his program.
And some other thoughts on South Carolina's new offensive coordinator.